This document outlines the priorities of the World Bank in the socio-economic reconstruction of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Education and cultural facilities are dealt with as one the sectoral programs. The document discusses in particular the financing needs for recovery of education and culture and identifies such priorities as teacher salaries, school operation and maintenance, educational materials, rebuilding of the teacher force, institution building, student recovery, school reconstruction and stabilization of cultural facilities.
This document comprehensively discusses the long-term priorities for recovery and growth in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It has 13 Annexes dealing with specific socio-economic sectors. Education and Cultural Facilities are dealt with in Annex 7 under: The Current Situation, Policies, Financing Needs, Implementation, Benefits and Risks, and Sector Strategy: Education. The document provides a detailed discussion of The World Bank overall policy and financing priorities in education in Bosnia-Herzegovina over the short and longer-term.
This document spells out the Bank's priorities for the reconstruction program in Bosnia-Herzegovina in terms of international financing in virtually all the socio-economic sectors of the country (e.g. transport, agriculture, water management, etc.). It provides a series of summary tables of near-term needs. Attachment E deals with education (vehicles, teacher salaries).
This document assesses the work done thus far
under the UNICEF/IISE Program and provides a plan of action for the Program
over the next few months. The document also contains a map of the four
major components of the Program: Policy, Planning and Administration: Management
for Renewal; Teacher Development for Educational Renewal; Content, Methods
and Materials: Innovation for National Renewal; and Non-Formal Education:
Youth and Family Development for National Renewal.
This document discusses the major achievements
of the UNICEF/IISE Program in Bosnia-Herzegovina and outlines a plan of
action for 1996 that focuses on four main initiatives: Policy, Planning,
and Administration: Management for Renewal; Teacher Development for Educational
Renewal; Non-Formal Education/Youth Development for National Renewal; and
Assessment for National Renewal. The document also provides an overall
strategy as well as a detailed listing of the activities that are foreseen
under the above headings over the next year.
This annual report reviews the major accomplishment
of the Program during 1995 under the four main initiatives. It also outlines
This quarterly report reviews the major accomplishment
of the Program during the first quarter of 1996 and outlines future activities.
This paper covers:
1. The situation of the system before the 1992-1995 war
2. Devastating effects of 1992-1996 war
3. Subsector analysis of levels and types of education
4. Programmatic issues
5. Closing issues and recommendations.
This publication covers:
1. The country context
2. The socio-economic context in Early 1996
3. Education system: administration and structure
4. Transversal issues
5. Financing and cost of education 6. Overview of international education assistance and co-operation in the federation
7. Conclusions for the federation
8. Project profiles
This paper covers:
1. The Challenge of Decentralization in a Chronically
2. Decentralization as a Structural Shift
3. Financing Decentralized Education
4. Decentralization Survivors' Guide
5. Decentralized Information System
This document contains a comprehensive description of the state of the Bosnian educational system at all levels after 3 years of war. In particular, deals with the first national conference in education that took place in Sarajevo during that time period. It also contains some recommendations on future educational projects for the reconstruction of the Bosnian educational system.
This paper builds upon a 1994 UNICEF/IISE sector study and provides some up-dates on the status of education in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The document reviews such topics as the scheme of the educational system; primary education; secondary education; higher education; educational financing; organization and structure of the Ministry of Education; curriculum, methods and student evaluation; and teachers and teacher training.